What's the best source for finding those stocks that are at their "lows"; is there a general ongoing list of such stocks that list them by 1 yr, 2 yr lows?
Does Morningstar or Barron's carry such data/information?
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Re: Stock Lows
Use a free stock screener such as the one at moneycentral.msn.com/investor/home.asp (install the DELUXE version). You can pull out all stocks within 10% (or X%) of their 52-week low if you like. Or any other set of criteria.
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